TOM PETTY Night at the Regent!

Returns by Popular Demand

Featuring Greg Klyma and members of Makin' Some Noise

Friday, March 25th at 8pm

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Tickets On Sale TUESDAY, December 21st!

— An Exclusive REGENT THEATRE Performance —

All Seats Reserved: $25.00 - $45.00


[No-Fees-Added at Check-Out]

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Join us once again on March 25th for Tom Petty Night at The REGENT THEATRE featuring Greg Klyma and members of Makin’ Some Noise

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

All tickets bought for this event will be for RESERVED seating.
***WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE Seating Is Available Online***
Also, if you need reasonable accommodations, please call our Box Office: 781.646.4849
ONE SHOW ONLY!
Doors will open 45-Minutes prior to start time…

TICKETING

Also available at the Box Office (7 Medford Sreet, Arlington, MA) & By-Phone (781) 646-4849
[NO FEES ARE ADDED!]

PRICES on SEATING

$45.00 | $35.00 | $25.00
(NO ADDED FEES)
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$40.00 OUR BEST in the FRONT TWO ROWS of the FIRST-FLOOR Center Orchestra
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$35.00 PREFERRED in the CENTER ROW-C to ROW-I on the Sides & the Front Balcony
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$30.00 VALUE in the CENTER ROW-J to ROW-O on the Sides & the Rear Balcony

NOTE: Balcony Seating is not currently be available

 

A synopsis of the night…

The night will feature Greg Klyma and much of the Makin’ Some Noise Band in a reprise engagement that has become a tradition at our century-old theatre, now considered ”...one of the finest live entertainment centers in all of New England”

For over twenty (20) years, Klyma has been keeping the American folk tradition alive with his enduring themes, articulate and amusing stories, and populist ideals. He will roll in off the road, pull out a guitar, and proceed to take us back to the basics: family, love, gratitude, and laughter. 

Warren Zanes, best known as the guitarist for The Del Fuegos and the biographer of Tom Petty once penned these words, ”(Petty) always wrote from where he was, never tried to pull off a dye-job approach to song. He had faith in rock & roll’s ability to go wherever it was needed, to age with the people who made it and listened to it and lived by it.”
DO NOT MISS THIS SHOW…
Where else but Arlington’s Showplace of Entertainment?